- Tell me moreOne of only 25 that will ever be made. Once it’s sold out, it’s gone forever.Our curators partner with top artists to create stunning limited edition prints that are only available here.
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- Tell me moreSkip the trip to the framer. We custom mount and frame any work of art with museum-grade materials.Choose our Classic or Premier frame and your art arrives in a handmade wood frame, available in five colors. To top it off, lightweight acrylic or museum glass protects your piece from damage.
Charles uses recycled materials in his tribute to our planet and its fragile ecosystems as a nod to the 1950s sci-fi classic "This Island Earth." The contrast of red and turquoise are potent colors that acheive a harmonious co-existence.
Upon arriving in Los Angeles in the late 1960s for college, Charles Christopher Hill discovered and became part of an artistic community loosely defined as the “West Coast School.” Hill has been exhibited extensively in museum shows throughout California, such as The Hammer Museum, LACMA, and MoCA, as well as the Guggenheim and MoMA in New York City and Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris.